Offset printing is a printing method that involves transferring, or off-setting, an inked image from a plate to a rubber blanket before it is printed to the desired printing surface.
Press Standardisation Include:
Prepress Paprameters – Text and image safety check, Bleeds and cut lines check, Resolution in 300 DPI, TIL control Convert 400% ink coverage, Trapping Mistake, Applying GCR, Assign Correct ICC Profile, Illegal images check, Check for proper orientation, How to Make PDF with correct Setting, Selecting correct color bar.
How to do intelligent printing ?
Exchange of print parameters such as colour bars, targets, spot colors and other specifications is simple. For example, if there is a new color standard to be used, this can be sent to specific print sites for them to easily import into their copy of pressSIGN. Print quality data is directed to individual remote servers based upon the print client. There is no limit to the number of remote servers to which you can synchronise your data.
Consistently accurate color is easier to achieve, whatever the print process, whatever the number of colors, whatever the color bar.
Make-ready and preparation times are greatly reduced along with an improvement in print quality. Matching all international printing standards is easy. pressSIGN’s unique Dynamic Density Adjustment (DDA) makes matching spot and process solids simple. pressSIGN supports all major RIP formats. Exporting tonal curve adjustments to your RIP or PDF workflow is fast and effective.
Whatever your role in the color print process, pressSIGN will help you improve quality and productivity. All versions of the software share the easy to use interface which shows an overall percentage score and traffic light indicator of quality.
Print buyers can create print standards which include the target, the tolerances and the acceptable quality level. Print buyers can lock the standard and export it to their print supplier so both parties will know what is required from the print job.
Operators enjoy the clear, single interface showing them how to adjust density to get to the lowest possible Delta E, either for each ink key across the press or averaged for the printed sheet.
PrePress departments can export tonal adjustment curves quickly to a wide variety of the most popular workflow & RIP formats, or the PDF workflow. In most cases without having to type in the adjustments manually and so maintaining production efficiency.
Print Managers can use the analysis and reporting functions to help the production manager to monitor where problems arise and how to resolve them. Reports show Job, Make-ready and Measurement times, enabling managers to compare the performance of different sites, presses, operators and shifts.
Calibration include :-
pressSIGN uses a server/client architecture and is fully scalable for your business. We offer four client types to allow you to fully control whatever presses you may have or want to verify for compliance, whether standing next to it or in a different country. The four clients are Digital, Trends, Standard and Professional.
How to get it:
We use an international dealer network of experts in all the major world markets, so that you can purchase the product and get support when you need it, not restricted by geographical time differences, and in your local language. Find a dealer
How to get our licence work?
pressSIGN client licenses can be purchased in either Perpetual (version specific) or GPM Subscription (fixed term contract) options, both of which are activated over the internet. Perpetual licensees can request a USB dongle if required, but it adds cost and time. Our Global Print Management (GPM) subscribers benefit from always being able to use the latest version while in contract and additional, unique features.